Farewell Chucklebus!

Tomorrow we wave goodbye to the Chucklebus, yep she’s sold. After 4 ½ brilliantly reliable years, travelling the UK and bits of mainland Europe, we’ve decided to sell her. WHATTT….I hear you cry! yep, basically we need something a little bigger now. When we started off on our first trip on the weekend of the 16th March 2013, there was only the two of us…plus Mutts. Now, we have a couple of grandkids, we need some more space, in order to entice the rugrats to come along with us on the odd trip!! We would also like a separate sleeping area if possible. The search is on…I’m liking Chausson’s and Adria’s coachbuilts, 6-7’m’s maximum. Maybe a decent 3 berth.

Van front L

In her best bib n tucker!

We were complete newbies when we bought the van, we’d never even caravanned, and the Chucklebus was the perfect vehicle to start picking up the skills, and she handles like a car, which is a bonus. So tomorrow we are meeting up with her new owners Stephen and Sophie at a nearby CC site and doing the final handover and showing them how everything works. I hope they get as much pleasure and fun in her as we’ve had.

Here is a link to our first trip in the old girl, back in 2013.

That is All!

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8 responses to “Farewell Chucklebus!

  1. leanne

    goodbye the chucklebus!!!!!

  2. Wishing you many happy travels in the new van. We have an Adria and are very pleased with the build quality.

  3. Sam Geary

    End of an era, but onwards & upwards to a new improved model.

  4. Must be a bit sad but also very exciting. R0X1 is a “cheap end” 7m Adria, very happy with her. Plenty of room for visitors 2 of whom I’m picking up from Toulouse airport tomorrow and off to the Med for a few days 😎 😀
    Good luck with your purchase.

  5. Thanks Maggs, “Cheap end” sounds good. 🙂 a Fixed double or two singles would be ideal….not too long. If it was a good deal, we would take a van with a dropdown bed. Lots to think about. Enjoy the med 🙂

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